A Dark Obsession Novel
Ratings and Recommendations
Rating: 5 teacups
Recommended: Yes, Yes, Yes!!!
Book Club Worthy: In genre, definitely!
Once Serge teaches Beatrix that like recognizes like and he knows her, can he introduce her into his world successfully while keeping her safe from its darker edges or must he let her go when he gets in too deep with the battle for his life…
This book hooked me from page one. I was not really sure what was going on but wanted to know more so had to keep turning pages. Every page just kept drawing me in further to the story, before I knew what was happening the book was over. It definitely deserves a 5. The plot tree has twigs coming in from all over, but they are necessary and timely. I do not think I could have asked anything more from the book. Over the entire story, we see the characters grow and find them fully rounded.
Do you want this book? You like your romance bittersweet. You are not afraid and like some steamy adult loving. You are looking for something off the beaten track while getting your romance on and a little bit of the dark side is okay as long as you get some romance fix in there. If this is you, you will love this book, like I did.
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